Turn A Gundam: Part 1 - Blu-ray Collector's Edition
The series that celebrate to the 20th Anniversary of the Gundam franchise directed by Gundam creator, Yoshiyuki Tomino is finally coming to the UK!
Synopsis: In Turn A Gundam a separate race of humanity has lived on the moon for 2000 years. Known as "the Moonrace," their technology is leaps and bounds beyond those that stayed behind on the Earth's surface. Now seeking to return to their original home, the Moonrace send three teenagers, Loran, Keith, and Fran, down to Earth on a reconnaissance mission to test the viability of its environment.
After spending a year on Earth, Loran has become good friends with Sochie and Kihel, daughters of the prestigious Heim family, and he looks forward to fully integrating into Earth society. But before Loran gets the chance to make his report, the Moonrace launch a surprise attack. Earth's primitive airplanes are no match for the superior power of the Moonrace's mobile suits. However, in the midst of the initial attack, Loran and Sochie uncover a long-forgotten relic: a white mobile suit. As a Moonrace, Loran is quickly able to grasp the basics of piloting it, but by doing so, he inadvertently places himself in the middle of a war.
On the discs: Episodes 1-25 of Turn A Gundam in Japanese with English subtitles. (NOTE: The series never had an English dub produced, so this is a subtitle-only release.)
On disc extras: Clean opening and closing title sequences.
Packaging and Physical Contents: Comes in a rigid case with space to hold Part 2* (*sold separately). Inside the rigid case is an amaray case to hold the 3 Blu-ray discs.
RELEASE DATE: 26th October 2020
NOTE: All pre-orders will be shipped as close
to release date as possible once stock is available.
Release Date: 26/10/2020
Audio: Japanese only.
No. of discs: 1
NOTE: This is a Limited Edition product not exclusive to any one retailer. Once it appears as out-of-stock we do not expect there to be more stock available.
-Pillar Boxed video: When this series was made it was before 16x9 became standard for anime. As such is was animated for viewing on older 4:3 ratio televisions. To retain its originally intended video size, black bars will appear at the sides of televisions.
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